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Sunday, January 26, 2020

Dr. Eric Berg Featuring: Fat Soluble vs Water Soluble Vitamins: When Do You Take Them?

Fat-soluble vitamins vs. water-soluble vitamins, what’s the difference, and when should you take them? Watch this short video to find out. Find Out More at drberg.com: https://DrBerg.AMZ

In this video, I want to talk to you about fat-soluble vitamins vs. water-soluble vitamins. When should you take them, and what is the difference? Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in your fat cells and in your liver. Water-soluble vitamins are not stored—if you consume too much, your body will get rid of what you don’t need. 

Fat soluble vitamins include: 
• Vitamin A 
• Vitamin D 
• Vitamin E 
• Vitamin K1 
• Vitamin K2 
These vitamins are able to penetrate the fat layer of your cells and go deeper. They can even affect your DNA and mitochondria. 

Water-soluble vitamins are not capable of this. Water soluble vitamins include: 
• B vitamins 
• Vitamin C 

You want to take fat-soluble vitamins along with fatty foods. So it’s best to have fat-soluble vitamins with food. They are absorbed far better this way. You can take water-soluble vitamins any time—you don’t need fat to help with absorption. Fat-soluble vitamins are toxic in large amounts. Unlike water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins are stored, and excess amounts cannot be released through the urine. Keep in mind that you should be taking water-soluble vitamins while you fast since your body doesn’t store them very well.

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